Table of contents for Mapp v. Ohio : guarding against unreasonable searches and seizures / Carolyn N. Long.

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@fmct:CONTENTS
@toc4:Editors' Preface
@toc4:Acknowledgments
@toc2:Prologue
@toc2:1. The Ohio Battle
@toc:2. The History of the Fourth Amendment and the Federal Exclusionary Rule
@toc2:3. One Final Appeal
@toc2:4. The Supreme Court Deliberates
@toc2:5. Mapp Goes Public
@toc2:6. ¿Is the Criminal to Go Free Because the Constable Has Blundered?¿
@toc2:7. The Warren Court¿s Criminal Procedure Revolution and the Political Aftermath
@toc2:8. The Judicial and Political Effort to Undermine Mapp v. Ohio and the Future of the Exclusionary Rule
@toc2:Epilogue
@toc4:Chronology
@toc4:Relevant Cases
@toc4:Bibliographical Essay
@toc4:Index
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Mapp, Dollree -- Trials, litigation, etc.
Searches and seizures -- United States.
Exclusionary rule (Evidence) -- United States.